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All photos courtesy of HotRod.com/The Enthusiast Network.

OK, it’s more like a junkyard than a graveyard.

Actually, it’s probably more automotive museum than junkyard, but Old Car City USA in White, GA is the final resting place for more than 4,000 classic cars. Here, you’ll find the ghosts of old and rusted vintage vehicles haunting over 34 acres of land. These mechanical ghosts, which are strategically littered over six miles of trails, will likely make you feel nostalgic, sad, or amazed. But not scared.

Old Car City USA was started in 1931 and is still family owned. As chronicled in this recent HotRod.com blog, it was originally a scrapyard business, which was part of a small general store. You can find out more about how the business was expanded in the 1970s by reading Hot Rod’s original post.

Since it’s already Halloween, and it’s short notice to make the trip to Georgia, here are a few images of what Old Car City USA has to offer. The photos are courtesy of Hot Rod, and you can check out over 200 more photos from their recent visit.

If you happen to be in Georgia and want to do a little hot rod ghost hunting, admission prices and hours can be found on the Old Car City USA website.

 

 

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